Grateful Dead Live at Shoreline Amphitheatre on 1990-06-15
Help On The Way-> Slipknot!-> Franklin's Tower, Minglewood Blues, A Little Light, Stagger Lee, Desolation Row, Ramble On Rose, Hell In A Bucket Scarlet Begonias-> Fire On The Mountain-> Blow Away, Women Are Smarter-> He's Gone-> Drums-> Jam-> The Other One-> Wharf Rat-> Around & Around, E: Knockin' On Heaven's Door
Collection GratefulDeadBand/Artist Grateful DeadVenue Shoreline AmphitheatreLocation Mountain Vie, CA
3 Nak CM 300's - 2 CP 4's (Shotguns) 1 CP3 ( Super Omni ) arranged in an X-Y pattern; via abgd; vined by Chris Ladner
February 8, 2012
Nice rich, FOB sound in this recording. I thought the taper did a great job here, although the bass can over-saturate at times.
Good performance with dyanamite H>S>F and Scarlet>Fire. I love Brent's contribution to the band, shortly before his untimely overdose.
November 20, 2006
great show but few problems
this is one of the best aud shows on this site in regards to
sound quality but all of the songs are not in correct order
you are going to have to re type all the song titles to put them
in correct order with the music but besides that its worth
the extra time awesome show!!!!!!!
February 19, 2006
The night before my first Live Dead experience. A favorite audience tape for years. Help>Slip>Franks one of the best ever, in my book. Minglewood, beautiful Little Light, top notch Stagger Lee, and then Desolation Row. Can't put into words how great this set is. This Desolation reveals a whole new edge for the song, perhaps the seedling of the great 7/19/90 version. Ramble On Rose and and expansive Bucket close the set.
Second set begins with a great Scarlet>Fire>Blow Away, with a cool steel pan Jerry Jam into Blow. It's hit and miss, while the groove is solid and consistent. Brent's Blow Away just drags on forever. Not a good performance, I think. Particulary after the monster versions of 3/16 and (slightly lesser) 3/26/90.
Women Smarter and a jammed He's Gone round out an hour + pre drums.
Post drums is likewise hit and miss. Great energy, great groove, occasionally aimless. When it's on, it's on. But when it's not, it's ok to endure, if that's what you like to do.
I haven't had the second set on tape for years now, but I can still recall the most majestic passages of the transition between Scarlet and Fire. When I say hit and miss, I mean to say that they really hit it good. When they miss, well, what the hell. It's a Dead show.
February 3, 2005
I went to this show had such a good week, got to see JGB at the Warfield the night before. Crisp sound quality. I was a Scarlet/Fire whore as my friends pointed out to me before the show, any show with a S/F is good in my books. The HelpSlipFrank opener is nice and a Knockin' encore taboot.